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Two people died, including a Spokane Valley resident, after their car crossed the median and was hit by a semi-truck Wednesday morning on Interstate 90 near Kellogg.
Travis Fulton’s affiliation with golf didn’t end after the 1995 Idaho State Class B Tournament. It was just beginning.
A Pinehurst, Idaho, man is dead following a one-car crash on Interstate 90 near Kellogg on Saturday evening.
Highlights from Idaho's district boy's high school basketball tournament between: Kootenai vs. Lakeside, Bonners Ferry vs. Kellogg, Priest River vs. Timberlake
The Trump administration announced a deal in March that would allow the long-closed Bunker Hill Mine to reopen. But the Canadian company trying to restart mining operations has financial troubles, and one of its major investors is facing fraud charges.
A man was injured early Monday morning in an officer-involved shooting in North Idaho.
The Kellogg boys golf team repeated as 3A State champions Tuesday with the same five players who brought home the hardware a year ago.
The Idaho State Police said Monday that troopers investigating a reported kidnapping pursued a Spokane Valley suspect along Interstate 90 and eventually used spike strips to flatten the tires of a disabled a minivan near Kellogg, Idaho.
A school district in northern Idaho has sent its staff and students home due to a flu outbreak.
The Kellogg School District has shut down operations after dozens students have missed several days following an influx of influenza cases, according to the school’s website.
Many Kellogg residents Thursday struggled to wrap their heads around how the McConnell Hotel, a staple of Kellogg’s uptown, could have gone up in a blaze of heat so high and intense that before the hours-long ordeal was over Tuesday, five other buildings would sustain significant damage.
The Timberlake football team may field its youngest team ever under coach Roy Albertson.
The historic McConnell Hotel in downtown Kellogg caught fire Tuesday afternoon, with embers from the four-story blaze touching off another large fire.
Some of the Hired Hands at Kellogg City Hall were concerned recently when a couple pulled into the parking lot, grabbed their camping chairs, and sat down in front of the door. In Idaho, you can jump to conclusions about a situation like this.
Nick Smoot and wife, Kenna, are light years ahead of the pack when it comes to dreaming big dreams. Nick, founder and CEO of Innovation Collective, is a mastermind behind the startup scene in Coeur d’Alene. To use a chamber of commerce term, everything about him is proactive. And that includes his marriage.
Whenever I see former governor Phil Batt, he reminds me of this newspaper’s endorsement of Democratic opponent Larry EchoHawk in the 1994 Idaho gubernatorial election. But there’s more to the story about that endorsement. Much more.
Former Shoshone County commissioner Sherry Krulitz of Pinehurst has been appearing in the pages of The Spokesman-Review for more than a half century. Recently, she was touted in Huckleberries for rescuing her daughter from two menacing garter snakes. As a girl 56 years ago, she made front-page news in this newspaper after suffering an unlucky break.
Tony and Suzanne Bamonte tout their latest book of local history as a perfect gift for Father’s Day. But they’re being modest. “The Coeur d’Alenes Gold Rush and Its Lasting Legacy” is a swell gift for any student of history in the Pacific Northwest and beyond. Any day.
Tony and Suzanne Bamonte tout their latest book of local history as a great gift for Father’s Day. But they’re being modest. “The Coeur d’Alenes Gold Rush and Its Lasting Legacy” is a great gift for any student of history in the Pacific Northwest and beyond. Any day.
Th Coeur d’Alene Chamber of Commerce is working behind the scenes to drop one of the two Ironman Coeur d’Alene races that it helps sponsor during the summer. The chamber, according to sources, is unhappy with the declining triathlete attendance in the full Ironman and a possible lack of commitment by the Ironman organization.